in·ept [in-ept, ih-nept] Show IPA adjective 1. without skill or aptitude for a particular task or assignment; maladroit: He is inept at mechanical tasks.She is inept at dealing with people. 2. generally awkward or clumsy; haplessly incompetent. 3. inappropriate; unsuitable; out of place. 4. absurd or foolish: an inept remark. No where does the ineptitude of Republicans more clearly on display than their absolute inability to articulate an easily understood message to the public on any serious issue; like ObamaCare, for example. The good Dr. Thomas Sowell wrote a blistering analysis of […]
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The 2012 Republican Party Platform __ What more could a conservative ask for from its party? Not much, I would say. The problem we conservatives have with the Republican Party is that there are too many (one would be too many) Democrats in the Party. In the Senate, we have Democrats like John McCain and Lindsay Graham […]
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Today I am going to reblog and comment on an essay that struck as an excellent analysis of the present state of our two-party system . Norma Brown is the host of the outstanding blog, Ooobie on Everything. Not only is she a very talented writer, she brings a special perspective to her work because she […]
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